Pamela Lou Sager

March 13, 1950 ‒ June 05, 2015

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFIELD: Pam Sager passed away Friday evening, June 5, 2015 in Country Court in Mount Vernon surrounded by her family. She was 65.

She was born March 13, 1950 to parents Edward & Mary Lou (Maley) Chrastina in Mansfield. On August 17, 1968, she married Jr. Sager and they shared 45 wonderful years of marriage until he passed away in 2013. They are together again.

Pam was a wonderful cook and worked at the V&M in Bellville where the whole town enjoyed her food. She also worked at Hitchman’s Market making lunches, in fact Pam was a hard worker her whole life and held jobs all around the Mansfield area.

In spare time, she took pleasure in tending to her garden (which seemed to grow larger each year, despite intentions to scale back) and canning the produce from it. She loved the feeling of warm sunshine on her skin, and the warmth of a crackling woodburning stove in her home. She enjoyed going to tractor pulls in Bolwing Green and pontoon rides on the lake in Pleasant Hill. She and her sisters had the best time going to the casino in Wheeling, WV to play the slot machines. But above all, Pam cherished time spent with friends and family (and grandkids!).

She and her husband were members of the American Legion Post #535 in Bellville and Post #257 in Loudonville and the AMVETS Post #43 in Bellville.

Pam is survived by her two children: Chris (Cassy) Sager of Mt. Vernon, Jessica Sager (Dwight Goon) of Greenwich; her husband’s son: Corey (Carrie) Oyster of Butler; seven grandchildren: Collin Sager, Mercedez Goon, Gabby Goon, Dwight Goon, Destiny Goon, Seth (Courtney) Oyster, and Rhianna Oyster; two great granddaughters Brylee and Kaelynn Oyster; four siblings: Linda (Gus) Palmer, Stephanie (Allen) Brindo, Joe (Marty) Chrastina, and Donna (Brandon) Smith; a sister-in-law Suzi (Dallas) Keesee; her best friend Sandy Ward of Butler, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family. She will be especially missed by her little white dog Poo (he’s a Maltipoo).

In addition to her loving husband Jr., she was preceded in death by her parents and beloved mother-in-law Nola Sager.

Her family will receive friends 12-3 p.m. Monday, June 8, 2015 in the Bellville Snyder Funeral Home where a service honoring her life will begin at 3 p.m. Pastor Jon Priebe will officiate and burial will follow in Zion Cemetery at Four Corners near Butler.

Contributions in her memory will benefit her final expenses with excess funds going to Hospice of Knox County (make checks payable to Snyder Funeral Home); bring or send to the funeral home (P.O. Box 3085, Mansfield, Ohio 44904).

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Pam’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • To Pam’s family. It’s hard to put into words the sorrow I feel. I’ve known the family for many years and Pam was special. Her pies were the talk of the town and her courage while fighting C was awesome. When we last hugged, she said “I’m doing fine. How are you? “. The memories will linger. May God give you peace. D,

  • Chris, Cassie and Colen,
    We pray that God’s sweet presence will comfort you during the days ahead. God knows how your hearts are hurting. Lean on Him.
    Love,
    Terry and Rosemary

  • To the Family, Butler has lost a great lady. She will be missed by so many. May God smile down on all of You and give you Peace. She fought the tough battle and now she knows Peace. May you Rejoice with the memories she leaves with all.

  • To Pam and family my heart broken for you guys. Mom is no longer in pain.
    We have known each other for a long time, our kids grew up together. We laid in the sun and the kids ran around us. We did many things together back in the day. We had not see much of each other lately, she will always be in our hearts. Jr has his sweet heart with him once again. RIP Pam.

  • Chris. Cassy & Collins,

    Thoughts and prayers to you and your family for your loss…

  • Love sent to the whole family! We’ve all been through some fun times together through the years. We will miss Pam dearly! We’re so lucky to have had such good times with her (and Jr.) Love you Pammy!!! We will never forget your good cooking/baking, making apple butter in the garage, introduction to tomato beer, anniversary/birthday celebrations at Bowling Green, your courage, your laugh, and your loving friendship! Thanks Pam!

  • So very sorry for the loss of your mother/ grandmother. Love and Prayer’s to your family

  • We are sorry to loose such a special friend. The family are in our prayers as they go thru the terrible loss. Pam was always such a joy to be with. She was there for all of our family doing our time of a great loss of a loved one . Pam is now pain free and a bright star in heaven with so many she knew as friends & family most of all her husband. Rest in peace Pam. We loved you but we also have to let you go.

  • I was honored to work with Pam when selling her home on Cleveland- she showed such kindness, and she will be missed. I pray she is at peace with Jr. now– Your family remains in my thoughts and prayers– many blessings, Adria

  • I am so sorry for your loss! Pam always had a smile and kind word for everyone! I hope your memories will help ease the pain of her loss! She is at peace now!

  • . I always enjoyed her smile. I know she was so brave every time I saw her. Now she is out of pain and smiling again. Prayers to the whole family and so sorry for your loss…..

  • So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person and I’m sure she will be missed dearly by many.

  • Many Condolences to all Family, She was a sweetheart, a Friend, a fighter, will miss her dearly.

  • My heartfelt condolences to Pam’s family. Pam was a wonderful and caring person. She will be missed by all that knew her. RIP Pam.

  • So sorry for your loss. I pray god gives the family the strength and peace at this time .

  • R.I.H aunt Pam and now you are with your love uncle jr. You both will be missed by so many. Luv you

  • So sorry to hear of Pam’s passing, but glad she is at peace. She was a good friend and we have many good memories of Junior and Pam!

  • I.m so sorry 2 hear about Pam. Your family will be in my prayers. I pray the peace of Jesus over all. I would of attended the service. I have a previous engagement.

  • So sorry for loss..Prayers for u all through this tough time and comfort u all today .

  • So very sorry for your loss our thoughts n prayers are with y ou all. Pam was asweet sweet lady and she will be missed. Joyce n Roger Norris

  • To all the family…. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with all of you … Pam was a super person, inside and out… Cliff and I have lots of memories with Jr. and her..Such a beautiful person she was… Now she is in a much better place, no pain what so ever and no she and Jr. can be together happily again…

    Sincerely,
    Cliff & Charlene